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Top 10 Nalini Singh Quotes (BEST)

  1. I will love you until the day they put me in the earth.
  2. A queen keeps a court that is spoken about. A goddess keeps a court that is never forgotten.
  3. Your name is written on my heart, Lily
  4. You trying to make me crazy?” “Everyone needs a hobby.
  5. Bluebell, you couldn’t take me if I was blindfolded and had both hands tied behind my back.” “Bluebell?” Illium narrowed his eyes. “That’s it, Barbarian.
  6. Some things were worth the dance with danger.
  7. A faint smile that made every tiny hair on her body rise in quivering attention. "How fast can you run?" A wolf's question.
  8. Are your eyelashes like your hair?” “Yes. They’re very beautiful—want to see?” Her lips twitched. “Vanity is a sin,Bluebell.” “When you have it, flaunt it, I say.” -Elena and Illium
  9. Life changes us. To wish otherwise is pointless.
  10. I know exactly how strong he is... He is like a peacock, spreading his feathers and squawking loudly to distract you from the back that his body is but weak." -Jason to Mahiya

Nalini Singh Short Quotes

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  • How’s Her Royal Bitchiness?” “Alive.” “Pity.
  • Two broken pieces making a whole.
  • Nothing is stronger than the will of the human heart.
  • To be haunted by my heart is no threat.
  • Jesus H. Christ. I have new respect for the female of the species suddenly.
  • God, you’re sexy when you talk Psy.
  • I wouldn't wish my consort to suffer ennui.
  • His kiss held his heart. It broke hers.
  • In her lived an innocence of soul of which she seemed unaware.
  • Now a small woman, with dangerous curves. I could bite into her.

Nalini Singh Quotes On Love

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You’re in my every breath and every thought, intertwined so deep inside me that love’s not a strong enough word—you have my devotion, your name branded on my soul, my wolf yours to command. A hundred years? It’ll never be enough. I want eternity. — Nalini Singh

The one and only time an archangel can Make another angel is when our bodies produce a substance known as ambrosia. Ambrosia,is produced instinctively at a single point in an archangel’s life. It is legend that ambrosia only rises when an archangel loves true. — Nalini Singh

These predators loved with wild fury, but they were also darkly possessive, crossing the boundary into what humans might term obsession. — Nalini Singh

You know I'll never say no, and Nate's so dedicated, I think he loves our alpha more than me." "I resent that," Nate grumbled. "I might love football more than you, but definitely not Lucas's ugly mug. — Nalini Singh

I have so much love inside me, Jason. So much. And I have never been allowed to shower it on anyone - no one wanted it. Let me stretch the wings of my heart with you. — Nalini Singh

She stepped out of reach. “Go put on a shirt and get your mind out of bed.” “Impossible with you around.” “Pretend I’m holding a rifle. In fact, pretend I have you in the crosshairs.” Janvier sighed, rubbing at a jaw shadowed by morning stubble. “I love it when you talk dirty. — Nalini Singh

You refused to fall in love with anyone else, Dmitri.” A whisper with the impact of a gun-shot. “So I had to come back for you . . . husband. — Nalini Singh

Love was an agony beyond compare — Nalini Singh

Your love is a fierce thing, Elena, a thing with claws and teeth when it comes to protecting those you claim. — Nalini Singh

While Dmitri, as the leader of Raphael’s Seven, could not accept such a weakness, the mortal he’d once been, the one who had loved a woman with a wide mouth and eyes of slanted brown . . . that man understood what it was to love so deeply it was a kind of beautiful madness. — Nalini Singh

Nalini Singh Quotes On Life

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His gentleness twined another tendril around her heart, until she was so entangled in him, she knew she’d never break free. For the first time in her life, her wolf had chosen. And it had chosen this lone wolf. “You have me,” she whispered. All of me. — Nalini Singh

If that happens to us," she whispered, unable to wrap her mind around the idea of a life so long and so full of tragedy, "if we feel ourselves, who we are together, becoming lost in time, I don't want to Sleep. I want to say good-bye when I'm still me and you're still you. — Nalini Singh

She dumped me for the quarterback after she'd played my body like a banjo. So Sad." "I bet" "I'm serious. I was heartbroken." "For how long?" "A whole week." An eternity in the life of a teenage boy. — Nalini Singh

Life might hurt, might bruise, might forever scar, but it was for living. — Nalini Singh

And he realized... that fragile, mortal life wasn't just important to him. It was more important than his own. — Nalini Singh

I need you," he said to her, this woman who'd fought for her own right to live her life free of limits, "to build me some remote detonation devices." Amazing brown eyes shot with blue peering into his as she pressed her nose to his. "You always say the most romantic things. — Nalini Singh

An hour of your life is worth more than a thousand people to me. — Nalini Singh

A life is not a waste of time — Nalini Singh

He closed his eyes, dropping his forehead against hers. “You’ll be the death of me, Elena.” She smiled. “You need a little excitement in that boring old life of yours. — Nalini Singh

No one goes through life with a whole heart. — Nalini Singh

Nalini Singh Quotes On Honor

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Honor?” “Yes.” “I’m going to do things to you now that a good girl definitely shouldn’t let a man do to her. — Nalini Singh

Come make me sticky. Dimitri to Honor — Nalini Singh

There was a very slight chance she might actually kill him that way, and if she did, she’d be brought up on charges. Unless, of course, she could prove harmful intent. She could see it now. See, Your Honor, he was going to f*ck me silly, make me like it. — Nalini Singh

Nalini Singh Famous Quotes And Sayings

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Max cuffed his brother good-naturedly on the ear as River slid in past him and bent to kiss Sophia on the cheek. “Hello, are you sure you’re with the right brother?” Sophia had never had a younger sibling. But this man with his laughing eyes and bright smile... “Are you making me an offer? — Nalini Singh

For the first time in forever, he was stunned to silence. Not by her words, but by the tenderness in her hands, the worry in her eyes. He was an archangel. He’d been wounded far, far worse and shrugged it off. But then, there had been no woman with sun kissed by the sunset and eyes of storm gray to tear into him for daring to get himself hurt. — Nalini Singh

As her skin sizzled under the delicious heat, she supposed she should’ve been giving serious thought to the lunacy of what she was doing playing with a vampire, who was, for all his charm, as lethal as a stiletto across the throat. But then again, most of her friends already thought she was half a nut short of a fruitcake. Why disappoint? — Nalini Singh

I could've totally cut out your heart before you knew what was happening." "What stopped you?" "I thought Montgomery might've been pissed off at all the blood on the sheets." "Montgomery would never be something as uncouth as pissed off. Annoyed in an icily genteel manner, perhaps. — Nalini Singh

Illium, with his wings of silver-kissed blue and a face designed to seduce both males and females, not to mention his ability to do the most impossible acrobatics in the air, would provide a worthy diversion. The fact that he’d decided to ditch half his clothing was just icing on the cake. — Nalini Singh

He didn't know what else to do, how to comfort her, so he simply held her, held the only person in the world who had ever cried for him — Nalini Singh

She watched as he settled down on the bed with Naya skin to skin on his chest. His hand all but covered her tiny body as he stroked her in that changeling way, bonding with her on the most elemental level. Then he purred, and Naya made a happy little sound of delight, very much a cat in her love of touch. — Nalini Singh

Wave to the nice tourists, Sparkle. I promise it won't cause pestilence and firestorms." Elena bit the inside of her cheek at Aodhan's glare-she'd never seen anyone crack his reserved shell. "Sparkle and Bluebell, nice." "Never," Aodhan said, hands stubbornly on the girder, "ever repeat that. Illium seems to have forgotten I promised to separate his tongue from his mouth should he utter it again in this immortal lifetime. — Nalini Singh

Dropping her hand, she turned in his arms. Then, rising up on tiptoe, she cupped his face in her palms and drew him down. Her kiss was innocent, vulnerable, a caress so gentle that it made him her slave between one breath and the next. — Nalini Singh

I shouldn’t ask you to,” he said, devotion in every word, “but I’m going to. Wait for me, Jess. I’ll come back to you.” Naked emotion turned the sea green into hidden emeralds. Pressing her fingers to his lips, she shook her head. “You never have to ask, Galen. Forever, that’s how long I’d wait for you. — Nalini Singh

Bluebell,” she said, remembering from Erotique. “Pretty name.” “I call Dmitri Dark Overlord.” “Shae,” Dmitri said and the female vampire rose at once to walk quickly into the house. “Now, pretty Bluebell” another languid stroke across her skin “tell the Overlord what you discovered. — Nalini Singh

Stay with me. I’ll show you things that’ll make you laugh in delight, scream in passion, cry for the sheer joy of it. — Nalini Singh

We fit, you and I,” he whispered looking into that haunting gaze. “Two broken pieces making a whole. — Nalini Singh

I’ve had reports of this one being in the city, but no close-up pictures till now. He’s some kind of pretty. I could just take a bite out of that firm— — Nalini Singh

Contact would hurt, might be fatal, and yet she couldn’t stop herself. Obsession or compulsion, she didn’t know, but she did know that before this was over, she’d either end up in Dmitri’s bed . . . or one of them would bleed darkest red. — Nalini Singh

One thing I've always wondered—why did you enter that bikini contest when you were a teenager?” Her face flushed with a mixture of anger and embarrassment. “How far back did you trace me?” “Far enough.” A pause. “You didn't answer my question.” “And you didn't turn into a puff of smoke and disappear. The world is full of disappointments. — Nalini Singh

How do you know it'll be pleasurable?" He got on the bed and lay down. Breath a whisper, she came closer and tied one wrist to the headboard. The cat growled but didn't try to make him wrench free. "Because just looking at you gives me the most extreme pleasure I've ever felt." "Christ, baby, tie me up before you start talking like that. — Nalini Singh

To be a legend, you generally had to be dead. — Nalini Singh

You almost died.” “But you brought me back.” She cupped his face in her hands. “I always knew you were there. Death didn't have a chance against the Wall. — Nalini Singh

Be gentle with him, Mercy. He's got a heart as big as Texas— he'll die for you without blinking. But he doesn't expect anyone to do the same for him. — Nalini Singh

He understands evil better than any other person I’ve ever known. We disagree in how to eliminate it, but we do not disagree that it exists. — Nalini Singh

Take care of my heart won't you, Sophie? It's a little odd having it outside my body-but I'm planning to steal yours to make up for it. — Nalini Singh

She was more than willing to let him walk off his temper. And the man had one, even if he wasn't willing to admit it. — Nalini Singh

When you want something so bad it hurts,” he said quietly, “and you bury it, bury it so deep that you convince yourself it no longer matters . . . and someone tells you you can have it, it's terrifying. What if you take the chance and you're wrong? What if you let yourself feel the loss and it's this huge pain and you can't put it back in the box? — Nalini Singh

Nothing's ever gone. We fool ourselves that things fade, but they never do. — Nalini Singh

Can I bite you here, too? — Nalini Singh

Sara held up a hand. 'How exactly did you "decline" his offer?' 'By slitting his throat. — Nalini Singh

Love, he thought as he held her to his heart, was an agony beyond compare. — Nalini Singh

I tell you I'm dangerous and you want to put knives near me?" - Vaughn to Faith — Nalini Singh

Say what you would about the dietary requirements, vampirism sure did do great things for the skin and body. — Nalini Singh

You’d make an enemy out of me over a human?” The word “human” might as well have been “rodent. — Nalini Singh

Mercy laughed. “You have to excuse them—boys suffer from an incurable disability.” “What?” “Testosterone. — Nalini Singh

They didn't understand that she held his heart, held it so utterly that there was nothing he wouldn't do, no line he wouldn't cross to keep her safe. — Nalini Singh

I heard Tammy say you could be charming. I haven't seen any proof yet." Oh, his cat like that. "I thought I was very charming when I petted you into orgasm." He shot her a look filled with sexual heat. "I plan to do more of that - right after I teach you about keeping secrets. — Nalini Singh

Remember that,” he groaned. “And tell everyone you know. — Nalini Singh

After they were both done, the pile of knives and guns on the coffee table looked like they’d cleaned out an armory. “I think we have a problem, Dmitri. — Nalini Singh

I need a Stetson, so I can ride you like a cowgirl" - Mercy to Riley — Nalini Singh

There is a dark music in the screams of your enemies.” (Raphael) — Nalini Singh

Surely you’re not going to practice discretion now? — Nalini Singh

She crushed it, telling herself she was going to add Big in front of her Idiot tattoo. — Nalini Singh

You do realize this makes your wings even more unique." "Are you saying you shot me as a cosmetic procedure? — Nalini Singh

"Make me forget." A whisper, a plea. Not giving her what she wanted wasn't even an option. He switched their positions so she was under him. "Aren't you afraid I'll take advantage?" She wiped away her tears. "Please do." "Ask nice." "Why don't I make you angry instead? That gets me kissed a lot." — Nalini Singh

Only ignorance excuses stupidity — Nalini Singh

Elena wondered if Michaela was waiting to be served. Snorting inwardly at the idea, she poured her own coffee—and, because she was feeling generous, and okay, maybe because she wanted to irritate Michaela—Raphael’s as well. Then she put down the carafe. — Nalini Singh

She wished he’d stop touching her. Not because she didn’t like it but because she liked it far too much. It made her hunger for things that could never be hers. And if someone went hungry for too long, they started to starve. Started to hurt. — Nalini Singh

But sometimes, that depth of need—to save, to protect—can become a blinding fervor, one that destroys the very thing it thinks to safeguard. — Nalini Singh

I will fight you endlessly if I think you're wrong but I will never judge you. — Nalini Singh

Looking at her, bedraggled and beaten, some might have seen weakness. He saw strength, determination, and a will no one could crush. — Nalini Singh

Hawke," he said. "That's the word you need to be saying. — Nalini Singh

He leaned down until his lips brushed her ear. “I told you to stop flinching.” And then he bit her. A slow, painless nip but there were definitely teeth involved. — Nalini Singh

You chose a warrior, remember?” “As you chose an archangel. — Nalini Singh

Pressing his thumb down on her jaw to part her lips, he kissed her again, angel dust glittering in the air. "Mmm." She rubbed against him. "Did you make a change to your special blend?" Angel dust, he'd told her, was normally rich and exquisite, but not sexual. Elena had only ever tasted Raphael's blend, and it was always oh-so-sexual-today, it also held a dangerous bite. Kisses down her throat. "I wouldn't wish my consort to suffer ennui. — Nalini Singh

Raphael's pleasure, his kiss, sent her over a second time....and it wasn't until they both stirred again that Raphael reached down and undid the strap of her knife sheath, putting it and the knife on the bedside table. "Beautiful as this sheath is," he said, touching the leather, "I much prefer the one which holds my blade. — Nalini Singh

Her voice trembled. "I’m so glad you’re mine. I won’t ever let you go." This time, it was Kaleb who said, "I know," devastated at being so wanted. "You are just a little possessive." — Nalini Singh

When was the last time you lost an argument?" He pretended to think about it. Then, leaning down, he whispered in her ear, "A few hours ago when you refused to stop the car and crawl into the backseat with me. — Nalini Singh

Part of you is the wind,” he murmured. “Oui, that is true. But even the wind sometimes rests.” Shaking her head, she slid her hand around the back of his neck, soaking in the intrinsically male heat of his skin. “Then consider me an endless storm. — Nalini Singh

Go on,” he said in a low tone that was a dare. “Keep on poking the hungry wolf, see how naked it gets you. — Nalini Singh

If he decided to pursue Sienna...Sucking in a breath Indigo promised herself she'd warn the girl if and when the time came-because no woman should have to face that campaign unprepared. — Nalini Singh

Dmitri clearly gives good . . . blood. — Nalini Singh

Pack is built on the bonds of family, of mating, of love. You come first. You always will. — Nalini Singh

If this is death, Guild Hunter,he thought to his mortal as angelfire scored through his bones and touched his heart, then I will see you on the other side. — Nalini Singh

He leaned a fraction closer. “My lovers have always been warrior women. Strength intrigues me.” She refused to let him play with her like this, even if her body disagreed. Vehemently. “Do knives intrigue you, too? Because touch me and I will cut you up. I don’t care if you throw me off the nearest balcony. — Nalini Singh

The only thing you can do to make me that angry is to lie with another man" ~ Raphael, Guild Hunter, Nalini Singh — Nalini Singh

Arms wrapped around his neck, she kissed his temple. "I'm sorry I scared you." It wasn't the done thing for an archangel to admit fear, but he was hers, and she'd hurt him without meaning to; it was up to her to fix her mistake. His wings shifted, but he didn't extricate their bodies. "I didn't know fear until you, Elena. Use the power wisely. — Nalini Singh

I swear to God, if I get shot again, Indigo will strangle me. — Nalini Singh

Once— and most of the night definitely counts as once—you can write off as a mistake. But you do this again and he's going to start thinking he has rights over you.” She knew predatory changeling men. They liked control. They particularly liked their women to submit. And Riley was one big giant hunk of testosterone-fueled Neanderthal wolf—he probably thought her submission was his right. She snorted. “Not in this lifetime. — Nalini Singh

I want no blood from you--not until we're both sweaty and naked and you're screaming my name. — Nalini Singh

Some things need to be broken to become stronger. — Nalini Singh

Do you think you have the right to give me orders now?" The Archangel of New York, a creature so lethal that part of her feared him even now, lifted the hair off her nape, brushed his lips across her skin. "Of course. You are mine." No hint of humor, nothing but stark possession. "I don't think you've quite got the hang of this true love thing. — Nalini Singh

We're all as susceptible to the lure of power. — Nalini Singh

Do you know where Jason is?” she asked Dmitri when they exited the morgue. Dmitri pressed the car remote to unlock the flame red Ferrari parked in the employees-only lot. “Tired of your Bluebell already?” A tendril of champagne circled around her senses, cut with something far harder. Never had she felt that harsh edge in Dmitri’s scent. She pitied the woman he took to his bed today. “Yeah, that’s it. I’m building a harem. — Nalini Singh

Sophia got up, taking one last look at the extraordinary daughter Councilor Nikita Duncan had borne. — Nalini Singh

All right." Shimmering droplets on her eyelashes, stars caught in transition. "But will you replace it with something for me?" "Anything." His body was hers. Brushing her fingers over his lips, she said, "You gave me an eagle. I want to give you one, too." A tender kiss pressed to the scar. "I want us to fly together. — Nalini Singh

Sentinel meeting tonight,” Ria told her. “At Lucas's place.” “Time?” ... “Seven. Sascha's doing dinner.” “God save us all.” Sascha had decided she liked cooking. Unfortunately, cooking didn't like her back. — Nalini Singh

it seems Montgomery could not help himself when it came to this vase. I'm afraid he has a weakness for beautiful things and has been known to relocate an item if he feels it is not being accorded the proper appreciation. Once he 'relocated' an ancient sculpture from the home of another archangel. — Nalini Singh

When she was like this, the wildness of her barely contained, it was hard to believe she'd come into his pack Silent, her emotions blockaded behind so much ice, it had infuriated his wolf. — Nalini Singh

Push me and I will. I’ll get punished, but you’ll still be dead. — Nalini Singh

Why are you sad, Dorian?" He couldn't lie to her. "The leopard wants you to see it. — Nalini Singh

Tell her we don’t bite.” “I don’t lie to my friends. — Nalini Singh

I could kiss you forever," she murmured against his lips, sucking at the lower one, playing with the upper, his body weight a luscious pressure. "I love feeling you against me." "You say such things, Elena. You will make me your slave. — Nalini Singh

Is your skin this tone all over?" "Only one way you're going to discover the answer to that. — Nalini Singh

Raphael lifted a finger, tracing it over her cheekbone. She flinched. Not because he was hurting her. The opposite. The places he touched ... it was as if he had a direct line to the hottest, most feminine part of her. A single stroke and she was embarrassingly damp. But she refused to pull away, refused to give in." (page 33 , Gollancz edition) — Nalini Singh

Life Lessons by Nalini Singh

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  1. Nalini Singh's work emphasizes the importance of creating strong and meaningful relationships with others, as well as the power of self-reflection and growth.
  2. Her stories often explore themes of identity, belonging, and the importance of understanding and respecting different cultures and perspectives.
  3. Through her writing, Singh encourages readers to take the time to reflect on their own lives and to appreciate the beauty of the world around them.

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